We are delighted with the prospect that we may soon be working with charitable enterprise Sweet Cavanagh. This London based charity, set up and run by Florence Norman, aids women battling various addictions and eating disorders.
These women are given the tools and direction to create and sell their pieces by Sweet Cavanagh. This is not only a form of therapy but also helps integrate the women back into society.
Coming soon to this website!
Dylan Jones, the Chair of London Collections: Men has claimed that ‘London is the home of menswear… it always has been and always will be’. Whilst there is a sense of tradition and legacy with the introduction of the tailored suit in Savile Row, successful fashion is an entwinement of past and present, a constant awareness of obsolescence and change of demand. It is necessary to both pay homage to classicism whilst accepting and embracing what is new. Tim Blanks, Contributing Editor, Style.com and a member of the British Fashion Council’s Menswear Committee, said ‘it’s time to make note of the depth – behind all the already familiar names, there are platoons of newbies. That’s more than evolution – it’s inescapable maturity.’